The latest Franklin and Marshall College poll of registered voters released last week found that respondents consider the COVID-19 pandemic the most important problem facing Pennsylvania and may, as a result, feel less optimistic about their finances.
The 2020 general election and voter intentions were also key poll questions, and more voters plan to cast their ballot in person than by mail.
The legacy of Three Mile Island Nuclear Power plant will be forever marred by the partial meltdown of one of the reactors more than forty years ago.
The reactors sit along the Susquehanna River near Harrisburg and are owned by the Exelon Corporation. Exelon shut down the generating station almost a year ago to begin the decades-long decommissioning process.
Joining Smart Talk to share their concerns is Eric Epstein, Chairman of the Harrisburg-based group TMI Alert.
Finally, the Coronavirus pandemic has hit people of color living in under-served communities particularly hard. One organization’s solution is to launch a COVID-19 mobile testing and education RV to tour the state are reach out to these communities.
George Fernandez is the Founder and CEO of Latino Connection and he appears on Smart Talk to share the plan to offer a needed service tailored to this demographic.